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French and Indian War, The: Seven Years' War in America


Published 1962


This film uses a large collection of paintings on the French and Indian War to offer a vivid and realistic picture of key episodes, places, and people. It explains some of the differences between French and English colonial policy and ways of life, depicting the battle for Quebec in detail, including the deaths of Montcalm and Wolfe.The script was written by noted novelist and screenwriter Elmore Leonard.


Run time 15 minutes 38 seconds
Producer William Deneen
Production Company Encyclopaedia Britannica Films
Sponsor Matt Heftler
Audio/Visual sound, color

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